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. more political drama on capitol hill as congress gets back to work to avoid across the board spending cuts. >> dr. oz is live in studio this hour. he will have answers for some of your health related questions. >> plus a night of surprises on hollywood's biggest night. >> and the oscar goes to argo. congratulations. >> the first lady announcing best picture from the white
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house. >> we'll have a complete wrap- up as fox 5 morning news continues right now. s right no . good morning. straight up 6:00 on this monday, february 25th. hopefully, can you open up your eyes this morning. i'm sure you were up late watching the oscars. it fun. it won't be fun when you head outside. it is another cold start to the day. >> i'm wisdom martin. let's talk about the oscars. all the buzz this morning about that last night. here the big headline. argo wins best picture. life of pi took home the most oscars though, four including best director and lincoln's daniel day lewis became the first person to win three best actor oscars. jennifer lawrence accepted the oscar for best actress and our coverage ever the academy awards continues all morning longen coming up at #:30, we are talking red carpet fashioned and in the 9:00 hour, movie reviewer kevin mccarthy will join us live for a complete recap of the event too. can't wait to hear what he has
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to say about it. >> and then there is tucker barnes. >> good morning. told this morning, temperatures nice today. quiet start to your workweek. >> good. we don't need any drama today. >> let's get to the current temperatures. it is cold actually quick reminder. it is still february and you will feel it this morning. 31 at reagan national. check out dulles, 25. and bwi marshall, 28 degrees. so below freezing areawide here to start your morning. lots of sunshine in the forecast. a few clouds out to the west. otherwise, high pressure will keep things nice and quiet around here today. best part, a little less windy than yesterday. we went be quite as warm as we were during the day yesterday. today, upper 40s to about 50. wayling less wind, it should be more comfortable out there. here is your forecast. and nice quiet monday. 48 in washington. 44 this afternoon in leonardtown. 47 in quantico with lots of sunshine. storminess on the way in the form of some rain that will get
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in here tomorrow. i'll have details on that in just a minute. >> time now to check some with julie wright. >> on the roads, lanes are open with no issues reported. the crew in sky fox joining us now and they are hovering above 66. we do have an incident on the westbound side of the highway. it has been pulled to the shoulder. eastbound traffic, not only does it slow leaving business 234 headed into the car rest area. you will find lanes are open as you continue in towards industry ena. no issues reported now on the beltway between annandale and merrifield. we'll pop up the cameras and we'll continue with what is happening here northbound i-95. a few moments ago, there was a crash near 123. all of that activity out of roadway. and traffic is not too bad headed into newington. 395 at duke street, both the express lanes and main line running with ease. no issues reported headed out to the 14th street bridge. top stretch. beltway also holding steady. no issue reported between
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college park and bethesda. coming inbound out of clinton of this morning, nice and quiet. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. affic. . >> thank you. in the developing budget cuts, we continue to inch closer and closer to the deadline. >> we only have a few days until the sequester takes effect and more and more, it looks like it will happen. fox 5's melanie alnwick is live on capitol hill with the latest on sequestration. president obama will host the nation's governors at the white house later today looking for a few good partners to help pressure congress to stop the sequestration from taking place. as part of that effort, last night, the white house released a state by state compilation of the possible impacts of budget cuts. among emthis, d.c. would lose $533,000 in education funding inform maryland, 707 fewer low income students will get college financing inform
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virginia, head start for 1,000 students would eliminate. congress returns to work monday looking for ways to rework the automatic spending cuts that will hit every line item in every federal agency. administration leaders say the spending reductions will clog air travel, slash education funding and furlough hundreds of thousands of government workers and contractors. republicans accuse the president of fearmongerring and exaggeration. they can pass a balanced plan for deficit reduction. they can cut spending in a smart way and close wasteful tax loopholes for the well off and well connected. unfortunately, it appears that republicans in congress have decided that, instead of compromising, instead of asking anything of the wealthiest americans, they would rather let these cuts fall squarely on the middle class. >> house republicans have already passed two bills to replace the president's sequester. so the question is why wouldn't he work with us?
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and the answer, quit simply, is because he wants higher taxes. >> reporter: we'll see what sort of alternative proposals will get traction this week. the president's plan to sort of replace some of these spending cuts with closing tax loopholes and there by getting more revenue to go toward deficit reduction, that is a nonstarter with many republicans. there is also a proposal floating around here that would allow the fed rag agencies a little more flexibility in where they apply those budget cuts. right now, the sequestration says it has to go into every single line item, same amount, every wray, no discretion involved in that. perhaps a little bit more flexibility may soften the blow with some of these more critical missions. thank you for that report. >> argo won best picture at the academy awards last 199as you know. today, two hostages from the iran crisis will object capitol hill. ben affleck's movie has regenerated interest in the events surrounding the 1979
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hostage crisis. at 11:00 this morning, two particulars are talking about how the crisis very relevant toward's today as policies towards iran. the memorial bridge is back open this morning after a car went over it and into the water. this is last night. the suv went through a barrier on the bridge's south end around 10:00. u.s. park police say the victim was taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. no word on what caused the car to crash through that barrier. arrests are expected to be announced today in two separate prince george's county murders. they include the murder of 18- year-old marquel ross. the teen was shot and killed back on september 11th as he walked to school in capital heights. he is one of six prince george's county students killed this year. the police chief will also announce an arrest in the murder of geraldine mcintyre. she was killed in her home in capital heights earlier this movement. cardinals from around the world head to rome to pick the next pope including washington's archbishop.
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>> the president of afghanistan orders all u.s. special forces out of a pivotal part of that country. we'll tell you why coming up next. 
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. cardinal donnal wuerl is waking up in rome this morning. archbishop is washington there is to take part in the selection of a new pope. he will be one of the cardinals to elect the pope in the conclave. the 85-year-old pope benedict xvi gave his final sunday blessing and has one more public appearance later this week. in afghanistan, president hamid karzai is ordering all u.s. special forces out of a key eastern province within two weeks. he alleges afghans are working alongside the special forces helping to torture, abuse and
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even murder civilians in the province. the u.s. military rejected any suggestion that its special forces carried out any such crime. a memorable night at the oscars but not just for the big winners. host seth mcfarlane is getting a lot of praise this morning. from laughs to jabs, we'll take a closer look at how the funny man opened hollywood's biggest night. 
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that is next. xt. argo tells the previously classified story about an american hostage rescue in post revolutionary iran. the story was so top secret that the fill's director is unknown to the academy. on the movie, worked on the movie,. >> first time oscar host seth macfarlane earning plenty of laughs last night. argo would go to win the night's top honor for best picture t starred and was directed by actor ben affleck. other winners include actress anne hathaway who won best
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supporting actress and singer adele stealing the gold for best song in the movie sky fall. look at that performance. wow! that is -- for her, they always talk about how she stands and she sings and there is not too much else that goes on around it. that is true. except for that little bit right there that we saw. >> and the 30 people playing violins behind her. >> that is a rare talent who can just actually sing and do your thing. >> you don't see that. >> a lot of people havant ins and other stuff, fireworks and all kind of stuff going on. >> that is kind of nice to see. >> it is different. i saw the first 15 minutes and it seemed like it got off tie good start. >> wing he no he who won the big ones. -- i think we know who won big ones. we're good. >> temperatures have cooled off. upper 20s and low 30s for most of the area. we have sunshine to look forward. to beautiful afternoon with high abouts 50 and less windy than yesterday. that will be the best part of
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the forecast later today. not quite as much wind. here are your cold temperatures. kind of typical here for february. 31 in washington. 31 in quantico. 20s breaking out. low to mid-20s across parts of the area here to the west. manassas at 23. dulles, good morning. you are 25 degrees. 27 in hagerstown. so again, temperatures on the chilly side here to start your day. we should gradually warm up and a little less wind than yesterday should make it feel just fine with a lot of sunshine. nice and quiet. a little bit of cloudiness off to the west. it won't be a perfectly sunny day but more sunshine than clouds and with high pressure building in, we should be nice and dry. we are not expecting any rain and/or winter mix around here. nothing today. that will change tonight and tomorrow as the makings of our next storm system are getting their act together. there we go, down to the south and west of atlanta. they god blizzard warnings out
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in western oklahoma. that storminess, that area of low pressure, will get pulled into our area during the day tomorrow. we'll be on the warm side of things. so temperatures will warm up into the mid-40s and primarily just rain for us tomorrow out to the west. if you are in western maryland, parts of west virginia, you may deal with a wintry mix transitioning to rain tomorrow. 48 today, lots of sunshine. less windy than yesterday. winds north and west at five. 33 tonight. partly cloudy overnight. chilly. about where we should be. winds out of the east five to 10. clouds tomorrow, a brief period of wintry mix changing quickly to rain for most of us tomorrow afternoon and chilly. highs only in the mid-40s. wednesday and thursday, alittle unsettled with a few showers around. we kick off the month of march and i think more lion than lamb with temperatures only about 40.
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that will be about 10 degrees below average. let's do some traffic with julie wright. and those glasses, julie. i'm tongue tied. >> the crew in sky fox making their way towards newington. we are finding volume suddenly increased as you continue north of 286. no problems to report leaving 2 # 6 continuing out to the franconia springfield parkway. just volume delays in that main line. -- no problems to report leaving 286 continuing out to the franconia springfield parkway. outer loop of the beltway, starting to slow coming past university boulevard around towards georgia avenue. both 95 and 259 are quiet coming in out of laurel. so far, no issues reported southbound 270. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. . construction continues on metro's silver line and making sure it looks good plays a role in the massive project. today, metro will announce
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finalists in its metro art and transit program for the silver line. the program is looking for art that will promote transit use, enhance travel and the travel experience and highlight the culture of the d.c. region. in new orleans, bp is expected in federal court for the start of the long awaited civil case over the 2010 deep water horizon disaster. explosion calls the massive spill which lasted nearly 90 days something more than four million barrels of oil into the gulf of mexico. the first phase of case will focus on the company's actions in the run-up to the massive spill. we'll go live to fox business network in new york for a look at what is driving the markets today. >> but first, the world appear oldest marathon runner ran his last race over the weekend at 101 years old. >> oh, my gosh. >> he grew up as a farmer in india and didn't start running until he was 89. after he lost his wife and his son as a way to embark on a new
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phase of his life. that is amazing. -- the world's oldest marathon runner ran his last race over the weekend at 101 years old.   . >> we'll be right back. 
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. back now with a look at the week ahead on wall street and why booking that last-minute airline ticket could cost you even more this year. lauren ?imenty with fox business network is live in new york with this morning's business beat. >> good morning. >> we came off a mixed friday on the markets. how are we looking today? >> futures are certainly higher. the dow is up 50 points here in the premarket. so we did have that mixed finish for last week. the dow was able to end the week higher back above 14,000 just barely but the s&p, that is the broader market, where everybody is invested in those 500 big companies, first loss so far in 2013 snapping what was seven straight week of gains. so that was a little bit up
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fortunate for a lot of people. the economic calendar is quiet today but we do have news from italy with their elections today. so europe and their debt crisis and how to manage that is certainly back in the news. >> let's talk about air fares as i alluded to. they are going up again. it seem like every other day we are talking about air fares going up. what is the reason behind it this time? >> what is scary about this story is the industry is saying expect to see new air fare hishings every two months. the message is if you are planning a vacation, you might want to book your air fare soon are rather than later. domestic air fare expected to rise more than 4.5% this year and an international fare by more than #%. the numbers are steep. fewer planes are flying. gas is expensive and that is what we're seeing in the industry. >> and the airline miles are becoming more and more valuable too. just by listening to that.
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thank you so much. we'll check in with you tomorrow. >> all right. still ahead, as budget cuts loom, president obama meets with the nation's governors in a push to get congress to strike a deal. plus, dr. oz is here this morning in our studio to answer some of your questions coming up in just about 15 minutes. you don't want to miss that. >> after the break, history on the track at daytona. dave ross and wisdom marten break down the weekend's big sports headlines in the morning line. 
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. a second major winter storm in a matter of days is bearing occupy on the central plains which is somewhere under this white stuff that we are looking at right now. as much as a foot of snow is expected to fall in denver and the same scene stretching from the texas panhandle to missouri. same system could also spawn tornadoes in the south tomorrow. what a mess. >> they just keep getting hit.
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it is their turn apparently. >> yeah, this year. certainly hasn't been our turn this year or the year before. at least more winter-like this year than last year. temperatures colder for the month of february and cold this morning. upper 20s and low 30s. let's get started with a look at our temperatures. much of the area in the 20s at the moment so it is a cool start to our day. 28 right now up in bing hampton. 23 this morning in chicago. 29 in richmond. 32 in new york city. our high temperatures today will be in the upper 40s to about 50 so just a little cooler than jed. but with lots of sunshine expected and less wind than yesterday so it should feel more comfortable. there is a live look at your satellite-radar. a few clouds to the south and west an out to the west. generally sunny conditions expected today. we are not expecting a whole lot of anything today as high pressure gets us nice and dry. we will see the storminess that we talked about out to the west get in here tomorrow and generally bring us rain by tomorrow affect. 48 your daytime high in washington.
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46 in gaithersburg. 46 in manassas. lots of sunshine. nice and quiet for your get back to work day. >> let's just ease into the workweek just a bit. >> nice and quiet. >> thank you. time now to check in with julie wright. e wright. . nice and quiet is what we are he serving up northbound along i-95. lanes are open with no issues reported as you continue to make your way through woodbridge. traffic volume increasing coming across the occoquan but again, no accidents as you continue northbound leaving newington and springfield conning up towards the capital beltway. hov lanes running at speed as well. so again, the main line, typical delays to accompany this commute not only through stafford but making your exit out of woodbridge and traffic slows again in newington. top side of beltway, outer loop starting to slow between just and colesville road. 95 is still in great shape out of lahr el and southbound 270, lanes are open coming out of
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hyattstown. you are tapping the brake again at 112348 germantown headed south at 124. wrapping opportunity on 395, no issues here. delays from duke city. lanes are open continuing across the 14th street bridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. . our top stories, police in maryland continue to investigate a shooting that left two men men dead in montgomery county. takoma park police say they responded to a home on flower drive around 2:00 sunday morning. police now say they are investigating it as a murder suicide. the victim are identified as david draw and steven hickman. draws with i teacher at high road primary and middle school in d.c. school officials are expected to release more information later on today regarding his death. in fauquier county, virginia, police or the lookout for a person of interest in a double homicide investigation. on sunday, deputies found 74- year-old ethel slack and her husband, 08-year-old nelson
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slack in hair home on bunk are hill road both suffering injuries to the upper body. police are now locking for 60- year-old john jeffries of fredericksburg, virginia. they just want to question him about the murders police say. president obama hosted the nation's governors during their annual dinner at the white house and called on both parties to work with him. take a listen to what he had to say. >> nobody in this room sees eye to eye on everything. we know that, when we work together, democrats and rum r republicans, north, south, east and west, we can accomplish so much more than we can on our own. -- democrats and republicans. >> later on today, mrs. obama is expected to press the governor's association on jobs for veterans. chairman phil mendelsohn called for i special meeting today to consider sank shanking graham and stripping his committee of overseeing liquor licenses. this month, the ethics board found he intervenenated metro
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land deal in 2008. a reprimand is the least serious action against a council member and carries no punishment. time now for the morning line. >> you like that one. >> that will get you going a little bit. i had a friendly wager with turn on danica patrick would she finish in the top ten or not. i took the yea. he took the in a. he owes me some coffee. she is a trailblazer. she is the first woman to hold pole at the daytona 500. we had some issues in lap 33 here. two of the favorites get knocked out of this. tony stewart and kevin harvick.
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and there goes danica in the go daddy car. she becomes the first woman ever to hold a lap lead in this case and she held it for five laps. >> not bad at all. >> in the end, it would be jimmie johnson coasting in. you do doughnuts when you win. if we did that, we'd get in trouble. let me ask you a question, sir. >> i'm all ears. can't wait. >> over the weekend, we saw the return of great 8 but we believe we saw the return of the great 8, alec ovechkin. he was sensational down there at the phone booth, whatever we want to call the verdictizen center. is he back with the hat trick he had on saturday night and if you get the hat trick, which ovi did, first one in two years, by the way, you will see all three golds here, people
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throw hair hats on to the ice. this is what you do in hockey. if you had a perfectly coiffed lid that you had just purchased who you throw that out him there. >> i think you know the answer to that. i'm not parting with my lid. no. >> come on. >> they are going to weep them up and throw them away. >> i bet you all those people bought those cheap caps just to throw them down there. look at that. >> they didn't know. >> you take a cheap hat just in case. >> you bring two hats. >> the good hat and when he does it. >> a good strategy. >> a $3 hat on the ice. >> i know you stayed up to watch the oscars. >> i tivoed so don't tell me who won. >> what is the best sports movie in the vein. the oscars, your favorite sports movies, number one of all time, what say you?
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>> my favorite sports movie of all time. i know whats not. it is not anything associated with rocky. >> because that is the correct answer. it is ogeey, the original. the best sports movie ever. ever. >> no. >> honorable mention, karate kid. -- it is rocky, the original. >> it is not just about karate. it is about life. >> that is the end of the morning line. >> that is not even sports. >> that is not even a movie. >> oh, my goodness. >> more like a drama. >> i will coach you up later. >> back over to you. >> still didn't hear wisdom's favorite. >> any given sunday. that is a great movie. you don't like that? >> i'm fine with it. >> it's good. it might be a top ten but it is not number one. >> we'll leave it at that.
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>> all right. thank you, guys. after the break, we'll check in with dr. oz. he is live in the fox 5 studio this morning. more oscar buzz including an embarrassing moment for best -- actress jennifer lawrence.   this is dylan right here, this is dylan, and this is his big brother hayden. dylan's only five, but he's already been through two surgeries for brain tumors. and he just went through his second round of chemo. and this is their mother, dawn, who runs this loving and happy home. she too struggled with tumors. but that doesn't slow her down. their dad, phil, works two her jobs, repairing copiers,st. and on weekends delivering newspapers. but the bills keep piling up, and the heating bill gets pushed off. when you learn about their difficulties, it just breaks your heart. when we asked the biggest oil companies to help families in need, only citgo, the people of venezuela,
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. new this morning from the pentagon, women could potentially be drafted into the military. the white house recently lifted the ban on women in combat and legal experts say that decision has opened door for a change in the law that right now requires men between 18 and 25 to register for the selected service. women have never been drafted into military service. y servic . that is rapper si hon our is the first ever face meal president in south korea with a little gangnam style there. the respecter performed his hit song at the inauguration today
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-- the rapper performed his hit song at the inauguration today. >> there you go. re you go. gangnam style still making the circulation. >> i wonder if he is tired of doing it. >> before we get to today -- tucker, let's do some oscars. >> for actress jennifer lawrence, one of the moments came at an embarrassing price. the 22-year-old trip and fell on the stairs on the way to the stage but when asked about it afterwards, she couldn't help but laugh. >> look at my dress. i tried to walk up stairs in this dress. that is what happened i think i just stepped on the fabric and they waxed the stairs. >> i'm trying to see. >> there it is. >> that is embarrassing. >> she should have an escort. lawrence was on her way to accept the oscar for best actress when the unfortunate step happened. >> someone said she had another
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kind of embarrassing moment at another awards show. she laughed it off. when a classy lady. >> she is going to accept an assad my award. i'm sure she'll be fine. >> it's okay. you will be all right in life. >> life is good. >> speaking of life is good, our weather will be fantastic around here. life is good as well. sunshine, less wind than yesterday. high temperatures upper 40s to about 50 this afternoon. so there is your headline. get ready to enjoy a nice looking day as we have high pressure that will keep things nice and quiet around here. it is cold. cold start to your day. a good, hard freeze overnight. a beautiful full moon out there. 25 at dulles. manassas, 23 degrees. leonardtown, good morning, southern maryland. so you can see the entire area here at or below freezing to start your day so make sure the kids are wearing proper gear as it is after all february.
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we should be in for a nice warm- up a little later today. got a little bit of cloudiness south and west and a little bit out to the west in the mountains. yesterday, wind were very blustery. today, less wind. we'll have coindicational breezes to about five to 10. things will change tonight and tomorrow. and for us, it looks like it will be another rain event set up very similar to what we had last week with an area of low pressure that will push up into the great lakes. blizzard warnings frying across central portions of country. denver has heavy snow in the forecast. for us, it is just going to wash up into the region. i think by tomorrow afternoon, we'll get rain back in the forecast. out to the west, it could start as a bit of of a wintry mix. in fact, wbter storm watch posted for parts of western maryland and west virginia for the day tomorrow. but closer to the metro areas with temperatures in the mid- 40s, we'll be looking at just plain old rain. -- winter stormwatch posted for
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parts of western maryland and west virginia for the day tomorrow. the cloud will increase towards day break tomorrow and there is your accu-weather seven-day forecast. could be a few snowflakes to kick off our next storm but primarily just rain. i think tomorrow afternoon's commute will be raining. wednesday, thursday, a little unsettled with temperatures nice and mild on wednesday and then cold to kick off march. about 10 e like a lion than a degrees below average. >> thank you, sir. before a guest with us for today's edition of ask tony and tucker. dr.oz is here. how are you, sir? >> good morning. >> good for see you. thank you very much for coming in. >> thank you. >> this is the most popular segment month morning television on this show. >> we keep telling everybody that. >> the segment where usually tucker and i put our heads together to answer your most pressing questions but today. dr.oz is here. we knew you were coming in so we had viewers send in questions. but first, tell us why you are
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in town. >> the national governors association meeting is meeting in washington and i am giving the keynote address i guess before the spread. michelle obama is coming on the show this week with secretary done an on thursday. we'll talk about the role of personal responsibility versus the role of government in helping making it easier for folks. half of all the money we spend on health care represents to issues of access to care. those can be addressed with some of these free screenings we've been doing around the country. a lot of it is lifestyle. in particular, thicks like are you moving around? how heavy are you? some of these questions we'll get to today. one big topic i might touch on with the governors is the role of cigarette smoking? our budget. it costs us $35 a pack to reimburse the health care system for what it really costs when you smoke a cigarette. so the real question is should states be allowed not to hire smokers. half the states in the country mandate that you ask the
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question. half allow to you ask that question if you are an employer. these are big issues that the government has to el deal with state by state. >> we have a bunch. questions. we'll get to as men as we k the first question comes from deborah wimberly. she writes i would like to ask how to reverse diabetes and lower cholesterol. >> one of the most common questions. we have a show tomorrow that is addressing allegations that the big food industry has purposely crowated foods that are addictive to us, that create the sugar blitz. they create that by adding sugar, salt and fatted to our foods. i think there is an interesting debate about whether we need to be cautious and aware that some foods will draw us? >> i attest to that because there are certain foods that once i start, i can't stop. >> losing weight will help with both of those conditions. a lot of people are deficient
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in chromium. if you don't have enough, you have much more of a problem with diabetes. a very smart thing to do, very safe to do. you ought to let your doctor know only because it can drop the amount of medication you need. >> can you find it in natural foods? once you have diabetes, amount you need to help yourself is significantly more. for folk with high cholesterol, nice instill the first line therapy. nice inis a type of b vitamin. these are natural product. much safer profile than a lot of medication and they should be first line therapy. >> let's some of on to question number two. lisa bailey harper and this is a quiet question. trying to locate the coffee bean pills that you had recently on your show. where can i get the pure coffee beans because don't want to purchase something that is not authentic. >> well, as you all know, don't sell anything or endorse
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anything. if my pick is next to the extract, don't buy it. because they are cheating you. this is the most valuable supplement for weight loss. we did a mini trial on our show. we've seen two other times. people would use green coffee bean extract can use more weight. you want to look for something thats that 45% cloagenic. it will be things like green coffee bean antioxidant t doesn't have caffeine in it but it does work specifically in the body to hope -- to help us metabolize what we eat. >> i point out the caffeine because people think it works through caffeine. very little caffeine in green
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coffee bean extract. very effective. >> leslie writes in, my fiancee suffers tremendously from ibs, irritable bowel syndrome and has tried many product to get help without success. i would love to have him be without pain and without fear of having a rest room close by. this is a problem you hear more and more about. >> this comes back. why is it we have so many chronic problems from autism to irritable bowel syndrome and everything in between. there is a big difference in the food we are eating. i would start off with some type of an elimination diet getting rid of dairy product and wheat products. that seems to help a lot people who have irritable bowel. but i would go one step further since this gentleman sebbed or nation. a lot of times folks come back from the battlefields with a lot of post traumatic stress disorder. it is a big risk factor for irritable bowel. your gut and brawn are
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intimately connected. -- your gut and brain are intimately connected. when you have anxiety, it will manifest itself with irritable bowel. having an ability to cope with that has been shown to be effective. that is why, either through medical they were you or just talk therapy, there are ways of getting people past that moment in their life. >> initially, eliminate the dairy and the gluten products. >> not by eating gluten-free product. eliminate the wheat itself. if you want to have dairy, don't drink skim milk. there is no benefit. you take the fat out of milk, you are left with sugar. skim milk does not help you lose weight. quite the contrary. >> another question. i am looking for something that won't dry my lips and give it moisture and gloss. so far, i'm biting the skin off
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my lips because they are cracking and peeling. any suggestion? lots of suggestion. a lot of lip balms which he we use are -- they give you mother when you put a little on. it dries out the top layer. that will begin to peel. so shea butter a happen to love and coconut oils are two very effective tools as long as you have the coconut stuff in your pantry, you might as well use it to cook with as well. probably better than regular old butter or lard. coconut or oil or shea butter. they will nourish the lips. >> do we have time to one more or are we out? yes, we have time. >> this is one that was written to it us. i have been diagnosed with pmdd and it incident fears with my daily life. most people don't believe there is such a thing. help. i don't know what this is. >> there are huge hormonal
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shifts that occur with women just before of the change of cycle in the month adding b vit mines. can you take oral contraceptives which are fairly effective for a lot of folks. and if you have big problems, some of the ssri antidepressanted work to deal with the symptoms of the premenstrual syndrome. >> thank you very much. >> lots of information. >> we'll watch your show every day and good luck at the national governors association. >> thank you. >> we thank you for sending in your questions. go to and click on the weather tab and tucker and i will not attempt to any medical questions. >> no, we try to stay out of that. >> let's find out what is happening on the roads. for that, we go for julie wright with on-time traffic. >> we are talking about congestion, i think dr. ors has a different solution for this. if he could help with the beltway, that would be nice. live on the inner looken of the
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beltway at ritchie marlboro road. the crew from sky fox with us. there is but a tapping of the brake as you pass the scene on the inare loop headed southbound headed past route had and out to the wilson bridge. you will find that you are on the brake as you travel southbound on kenilworth avenue headed out towards east capital street. down to about 42 miles per hour at the point. slow traffic on the outer loop. 95 to georgia, a 10-minute commute. accident activity at langley drive. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. more with fox 5 morning news after the break. 
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>> reporter: good monday morning. i'm holly morris. if you're five years of age and under or parent of a child that age, then you're going to like where we are this morning. we are at a place that is all about creativity, imagination, exploration, energy and learning. welcome to kidville. it's a place in bethesda where we are live this morning, where we are learning all about the
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amazing opportunities they have here for young kids. in fact, this morning we're going to start in the studio, because we need your kids to be creative and introduce them to art early. we're going to talk about three different projects your kids can do at home. and we're going to head to the gym. then we're going to end in the morning in the theater, a music class that includes a full band. this is what they say, it's really for the kids, but i have a suspicion the parents have as good a time as the kids. >> looks like good fun for everybody. >> certainly does. thank you, holly. >> time to say good morning to today's fan of the day. it's leslie diamond. today is leslie's birthday. happy birthday, leslie. >> yeah. >> thank you for watching. since her name is diamond, shine bright like a diamond, shine bright like a diamond.
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you know that song, right? >> we got it, wisdom. we're good. >> i could hit you with more if you want. >> no. >> you're good, okay. happy birthday leslie. >> that does it for the 6:00 hour. >> now over to allison and tony. happy monday to you. >> same to you. >> happy monday, rihanna. thank you, wisdom. coming up, hollywood and politics. >> and the oscar goes to "argo." congratulations. >> yep, that's the first lady, she joins tinsel town's a list to honor "argo." but the ben aflack directed drama was not the biggest winner. we'll have a look back at a celebration full of singing and dancing, a few upsets and at least one spill. >> first, the award for most gridlock goes to -- congress heads back to work with just ay


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